SFMOMA presents Stillness in Motion—Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) presents the exhibition Stillness in Motion—Cloud Cities, by artist Tomás Saraceno, on view at the museum through May 21, 2017.

SFMOMA presents Stillness in Motion—Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

Facundo de Zuviría presents Siesta Argentina and other modest observations

The Argentine photographer presents his new exhibition Siesta Argentina and other modest observations curated by Gabriela Rangel and Alexis Fabry at Americas Society from  January 25 to April 1, 2017.

Facundo de Zuviría presents Siesta Argentina and other modest observations

Undo List, the new exhibition by Mateo López

The Drawing Center presents Mateo López: Undo List, a multidisciplinary installation that will be the Colombian artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States and that will feature works on paper, sculpture, performance, and projected film.

Undo List, the new exhibition by Mateo López

Artemisa Gallery presents Reverberating Aesthetics

Artemisa Gallery announces Reverberating Aesthetics, an exclusive online Artsy solo show of landscape drawings by Argentine artist Julián Teran.

Artemisa Gallery presents Reverberating Aesthetics

ArtCenter/South Florida to Partner with BHQFU to Provide Arts Education

Miami’s ArtCenter/South Florida and Bruce High Quality Foundation University have announced the launch of MFU: Miami, a new fellowship program that will offer alternative education initiatives.

ArtCenter/South Florida to Partner with BHQFU to Provide Arts Education

Donna Huanca: Scar Cymbals. Zabludowicz Collection London

Scar Cymbals is Huanca’s world developed by means of a fluid dialogue between setting and architecture, sculpture and performance. 

By Álvaro de Benito Fernández

Donna Huanca: Scar Cymbals. Zabludowicz Collection London

Proyecto AMIL presents the workshop To The Night Sky of Lima

The workshop is dictated by Gilda Mantilla & Raimond Chaves, this saturday 14 January 2017 from 3:30 pm - 6 pm

Proyecto AMIL presents the workshop To The Night Sky of Lima

Marcia Schvartz: Eye. Fortabat Art Collection, Buenos Aires

The exhibition by Argentine artist Marcia Schvatz can be visited at Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Art Collection until January 2017

By Alejo Ponce de León

Marcia Schvartz: Eye. Fortabat Art Collection, Buenos Aires

ESTE ARTE celebrates its new edition from 11 to 14 January in Punta del Este

The classic fair of Punta del Este opens its new edition with an exclusive group of artists, dealers, collectors, curators, critics and art lovers, at the same time, all in one place.

ESTE ARTE celebrates its new edition from 11 to 14 January in Punta del Este

Cecilia Brunson Projects to focus on Latin American art and is opening a gallery in Chile

Cecilia Brunson Projects is pleased to announce that, as of December 2016, the gallery programme will focus entirely on Latin American art and  is opening a gallery in Santiago, Chile in January 2017

Cecilia Brunson Projects to focus on Latin American art and is opening a gallery in Chile

Artist Immigrants of Washington: The Looking Glass
By Adriana Herrera

Artist Immigrants of Washington: The Looking Glass

Rain: Magdalena Fernández at the Houston Cistern

Magdalena Fernández present Rian, the inaugural art installation in the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern at the Houston Cistern (#CisternRain) features 2iPM009 from the Venezuelan artist’s video series Mobile Paintings.

Rain: Magdalena Fernández at the Houston Cistern

Agustina Woodgate: Power-Line. Spinello Projects, Miami

Beyond specific description, Agustina Woodgate’s works are of interest because the product of careful research; they are objects that set off a poetics that brings to a halt the relentless mechanism of late capitalism and its complex socioeconomic system to open up interstices of subjective flight.

By Adriana Herrera

Agustina Woodgate: Power-Line. Spinello Projects, Miami

Ananké Asseff: Soberbia. Rolf Art, Buenos Aires

 Ananké Asseff continues investigating topics that have concerned him in earlier works, specifically the complexity of human interactions and the place of the individual, with its baggage of experiences and memories, within those interactions. 

By José Antonio Navarrete

Ananké Asseff: Soberbia. Rolf Art, Buenos Aires

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From Avellaneda to New York, Clorindo Testa exhibit at MoMA

The Argentine artist Clorindo Testa exhibits a mosaic of more than 100 panels imagines the daily life of a resident of Greater Buenos Aires.

From Avellaneda to New York, Clorindo Testa exhibit at MoMA

Ohne Titel: I’ll never forget what I don’t remember
By Juan Cruz Pedroni

Ohne Titel: I’ll never forget what I don’t remember

Fragmentations and Other Parables. Alejandra von Hartz Gallery, Miami

The point of departure for this exhibition curated by the Aluna collective is fragmentation as a constant of contemporary society. 

By Anelys Alvarez

Fragmentations and Other Parables. Alejandra von Hartz Gallery, Miami

Seven young artists were selected by the Rolex artistic initiative

David Chipperfield, Mia Couto, Alfonso Cuaron, Philip Glass, Joan Jonas, Robert Lepage and Ohad Naharin select talented young artists for a year of creative collaboration.

Seven young artists were selected by the Rolex artistic initiative

American Museum of Cuban Diaspora prepares to open its doors

MIAMI – A museum that honors Cuban-American tradition will quickly be opening its doorways.

American Museum of Cuban Diaspora prepares to open its doors

Kazimir Malevich: Retrospective. Fundación Proa. Buenos Aires

This retrospective at Proa is a major institutional accomplishment in a country where original criticism on Malevich’s art has circulated with increasing intensity.

By Juan Cruz Pedroni

Kazimir Malevich: Retrospective. Fundación Proa. Buenos Aires

The Harvard Art Museums presents The Materiality of Mourning by Doris Salcedo

The exhibition, curated by Mary Schneider Enriquez, focuses on the last 15 years of Salcedo’s career and is presented in four distinct installations.

The Harvard Art Museums presents The Materiality of Mourning by Doris Salcedo

Pinta Miami Launches a interesting program for new collectors

PINTA Miami begins preparing education focused programs with the launch of Young Collectors Desk, an initiative of Guijarro de Pablo Art Consulting. 

Pinta Miami Launches a interesting program for new collectors

ArteBA Focus: a weekend in the south

During November 12 and 13, a great call came to the neighborhood of La Boca, attracted by the proposal arteBA Foundation organized in collaboration with the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.

ArteBA Focus: a weekend in the south

Grimanesa Amorós at Tongji University College of Design and Innovation

The Peruvian artist has been presented at one of the most important institutions of Shanghai.

Grimanesa Amorós at Tongji University College of Design and Innovation

Nicola Costantino presents The True Garden is Never Green

The famous argentine artist presents her new exhibition at Barro Arte Contemporáneo gallery. The work is based on El Jardin de las Decilicias by El Bosco.

Nicola Costantino presents The True Garden is Never Green

The Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires holds its 60th Anniversary Gala

MAMBA held a Gala for its 60th Anniversary and the 30th Anniversary of the Asociación Amigos del Moderno, It was attended by more than 400 guests, including artists, collectors, curators, business leaders, and institution directors.

The Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires holds its 60th Anniversary Gala

Chile open its new National Centre for Contemporary Art

The National Council of Culture and Arts Chile is delighted to announce details of the new National Centre for Contemporary Art Chile, located on the former premises of the historic Los Cerillos Airport (active between 1929 and 2006).

Chile open its new National Centre for Contemporary Art

ARCOmadrid consolidates its Latin American focus with Argentina as its guest country

With fewer sections, the 2017 edition will hinge on a backbone of quality and consolidation of the fair as a hub for the discovery of new talents and contents, with almost one third of the Fair focusing on the presentation of one or two artists.

ARCOmadrid consolidates its Latin American focus with Argentina as its guest country

Major gift from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros add more than 100 works by latin american artists to MoMA

102 Works of Modern Art by Artists from Latin America Join 40 Works Previously Donated by Patricia and Gustavo Cisneros. MoMA to Establish The Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America

 

Major gift from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros add more than 100 works by latin american artists to MoMA

Claudia Hakim Wins the Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award

Montblanc recognized Claudia Hakim with the Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award during a cocktail party at the NC-Arte cultural space.

Claudia Hakim Wins the Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award

EAI pays tribute to Jaime Davidovich

Electronic Arts Intermix pays tribute to Jaime Davidovich (1936-2016) with a daylong screening of video works by the pioneering conceptual artist.

EAI pays tribute to Jaime Davidovich

Latin American immigrants sing La Marseillaise at the National Fine Arts Museum in Chile

Claudio Correa’s installation Liberty, Equality, Fatality places within the revolutionary utopia the precarious reality of immigration in the twenty-first century. The work is a scale model of a ship, similar to the ones that brought the first immigrants to Chile in the nineteenth century, with the sound of three Latin American adaptations of La Marseillaise.

Latin American immigrants sing La Marseillaise at the National Fine Arts Museum in Chile

Jorge Gamarra Retrospectiva: materia/forma/símbolo

The exhibition is moving due to the patient and painstaking treatment of wood, granite, and acrylic, due to the result of that work—pieces with striking presence and meaning— and due to fifty-one years of coherent production in sculpture that addresses the questions of material, form, and symbol.

By Laura Casanovas

Jorge Gamarra Retrospectiva: materia/forma/símbolo

The Chimney present Vertical Horizons by Peruvian artist Nicole Franchy

Curated by Carla Lucini, Franchy’s first solo exhibition in New York features a site-specific installation of her most recent collage works and prints.

The Chimney present Vertical Horizons by Peruvian artist Nicole Franchy

General Idea: Broken Time. The first Latin American Retrospective at Museo Jumex

The exhibition is organized in collaboration with MALBA, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, and curated by Agustín Pérez Rubio, Artistic Director. It will be opened from Oct. 27 to Feb. 12.

General Idea: Broken Time. The first Latin American Retrospective at Museo Jumex

Museum of Arts and Design Appoints Jorge Daniel Veneciano as Director

The Museum of Arts and Design has announced that Jorge Daniel Veneciano, former executive director of New York City’s El Museo del Barrio, will join the institution as its new director. He will take up the position on October 3.

Museum of Arts and Design Appoints Jorge Daniel Veneciano as Director

Nohra Haime Gallery presents Love Relics by Adriana Marmorek

Love Relics is an exhibition of photographs and videos documenting the ceremonial burning of 12 treasured objects associated with love. The exhibition will be on view at Nohra Haime Gallery from September 13th - October 15th, and marks the Colombian artist's first major collaboration with the Gallery in New York.

Nohra Haime Gallery presents Love Relics by Adriana Marmorek

Art Basel Cities: Buenos Aires will be the first partner city for new Art Basel initiative

Art Basel announced that it will partner with the city of Buenos Aires for its Art Basel Cities initiative. Together with the city, Art Basel will develop and host a vibrant and content-driven program of events. 

Art Basel Cities: Buenos Aires will be the first partner city for new Art Basel initiative